Paper Girls, Vol. 3

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  • Shannon (formerly The Holy Terror)
    Dec 31, 1969

    Shannon (formerly The Holy Terror)

    I honestly think the author might be pulling ideas out of a hat instead of having a coherent plan for where the plot will go. Last issue sealed it for me鈥擨'm abandoning this series. I just don't know what it's trying to be anymore and I'm either confused or annoyed after each issu...

  • karen
    Dec 31, 1969


    3? 3.5? imma think on this for a while. i still have no idea where this series is to come. ...

  • Love  B.
    Dec 31, 1969

    Love B.

    Booktube-A-Thon read. Even if this volume was my least favorite I'm still excited for the rest of the series! ...

  • Arya Stark
    Dec 31, 1969

    Arya Stark

    This series has got worse after starting so well. Vaughan and Chang are excellent but the series is abit boring now. ...

  • Tom Ewing
    Dec 31, 1969

    Tom Ewing

    While the exact plot of Paper Girls remains inscrutable, three arcs is enough to get a handle on what the series does and how it feels. What it does, so far at least, is have its single volumes follow a simple structure within an overall architecture we're only seeing in glimpses. How ...

  • Michelle Hart
    Dec 31, 1969

    Michelle Hart

    still have no idea what is going on or what the series even is but damn if it isn't fun ...

  • Melissa
    Dec 31, 1969


    More twists in the time stream as our Paper Girls of the 80's are thrown to the far past, run into a fellow time traveler, and manage a few more crises, adventures, and growing pains. ...

  • Cale
    Dec 31, 1969


    It's like every 80's kid's Sci-Fi adventure in one, with a female cast. You've got time-travel, interdimensional creatures, cave babies, giant sloths, and multiple dimensions. This is a really quick read, but it's got lots of action in it; the biggest problem is that the girls still do...

  • Brian Kovesci
    Dec 31, 1969

    Brian Kovesci

    :-/Not as gripping as v.1&2 ...

  • Thomas
    Dec 31, 1969


    I've come to realize that I like the potential behind聽Paper Girls more than I do the actual story. This isn't a bad thing; like聽Saga, it's full of ideas that, taken to their conclusions, could be epic, but right now it still feels like Vaughan is scrambling to figure out what to ...